As a freshman in 2013, she was selected as the Big Ten Player of the Year and the Big Ten Freshman of the Year to accompany National Fastpitch Coaches Association Second Team All-American honors.
As a sophomore, Romero once again earned a first-team All-American selection and was again First Team All Big-Ten. She also earned her first Big Ten Triple Crown.
As a sunior, Romero captured her third all-season honors, including the inaugural ESPNW's National Player of The Year. Romero achievedcareer highs in RBIs (Big Ten record), slugging percentage and stolen bases, while ranking top-5 in school batting average, on base percentage, home runs, bases on balls, runs, with 35 extra base hits. She also amassed a second conference Triple Crown. For the NCAA, she ranked top-5 in RBIs and on base percentage.
As a senior, Romero was awarded her third conference Player of The Year and First Team All-American honors. She was named USA Softball Collegiate Player of The Year along with winning the Honda Softball Award and the very first NFCA D1 Player of The Year award. She ranked top-5 in NCAA categories for RBIs and home runs.
Romero holds the Big Ten career Triple Crown, along with the sluggin percentage record, simultaneously leading all of the NCAA in runs scored and grand slams. Finally, she is one of eight NCAA players to hit .400 with 200 RBIs, 50 home runs and an .800 slugging percentage for her career.
#22 - Lamar Woodley
#24 - Benny Freidman
#25 - Anthony Thomas
Disclaimer: This is not my poll. This is a collection of polls taken by MGoUsers. If you're upset by these rankings, don't be. Everything is going to be okay. But feel free to let me know why I'm an idiot in the comment section.